An Unnatural History of Destruction: On Iconoclasm as a Tool of War
What happens to a country when its monuments are treated as targets by the enemy?...
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Alex Diggins is a writer and critic based in London. He writes for, among others, The Economist, Spectator, TLS, New Welsh Review, and 3:AM. He is published in Rife: Twenty-One Stories from Britain’s Youth. He is working on a book about holy islands and climate change. Follow him at @AHABDiggins.